Text Bulletin 1300 hrs
Pakistan says extrajudicial killings by Indian forces cannot deter the people of Occupied Kashmir from their demand for realization of right to self-determination.
And in occupied Kashmir itself, death toll in firing by Indian troops on protesters has risen to sixteen.
In Japan, parliamentary elections are being held on Sunday to elect representatives for half of the seats in the House of Councillors.
The final of Euro football Cup will be played between host France and Portugal at Stade de in Paris tonight.
Pakistan has strongly condemned continued killing of innocent Kashmiris in Indian Occupied Kashmir.
The Foreign Office Spokesman in a statement in Islamabad on Sunday said extrajudicial killing of Kashmiri leader Burhan Wani and scores of other innocent Kashmiris is deplorable and condemnable.
He said such acts are a violation of fundamental human rights of Kashmiris and cannot deter the people of Jammu and Kashmir from their demand for the realisation of the right to self-determination.
The Spokesman said Pakistan also has serious concerns over the detention of Kashmiri leadership in Indian Occupied Kashmir and calls upon the Indian government to fulfill its human rights obligations as well as its commitments under the United Nations Security Council Resolutions.
Pakistan reiterated that the resolution of the Jammu and Kashmir dispute is only possible by the realisation of the right to self-determination of the people of Jammu and Kashmir, as per the United National Security Council resolutions, through a fair and impartial plebiscite under UN auspices.
And in occupied Kashmir itself, death toll in firing by Indian troops on protesters has risen to 16 while over 200 have been injured, so far.
One youth was killed as security forces opened fire on protesters in Pulwama on Sunday morning.
Earlier, three people who had been seriously injured in firing incidents on Saturday succumbed to injuries on Saturday night.
Meanwhile, curfew was imposed in the occupied valley on Sunday.
On the other hand, a two-day shutdown is also being observed in the entire Kashmir Valley from on Sunday against the killing spree unleashed by Indian army and police following the martyrdom of Burhan Wani.
Call for the strike has been given by the Chairman of All Parties Hurriyet Conference Syed Ali Gilani and Hurriyet Leaders Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Muhammad Yasin Malik.
Inspector General Frontier Corps Balochistan, Major General Sher Afgun says the back of terrorists has been broken by consistent successful search operations
He was talking to Frontier Corps Jawans and tribal elders during his visit to frontier areas of Zhob division.
He urged the people to cooperate with law enforcement agencies for restoration of peace in the province.
A commander of banned Tehreek-e-Taliban, Hafiz Nisar has been reportedly killed in a clash with police in district Battagram.
According to police, one of his accomplices was injured in the clash and was arrested.
A policeman embraced martyrdom in the exchange of fire.
In Japan, parliamentary elections are being held on Sunday to elect representatives for half of the seat in the House of Councillors.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe needs a two-third majority in the House of Councillors that will give him the strength to start amending the constitution.
In the United States, protests continue to spread in various cities against the killing of black men by police.
Roads were blocked in Minnesota as armed New Black Panther Party members confronted police at Baton Rouge in Louisiana State.
Dozens of arrests have been made but the rallies were mostly peaceful.
The situation is also tense in Dallas, where five police officers were killed by a black man during a protest rally.
The final of Euro football Cup 2016 will be played between host France and Portugal at Stade de in Paris on Sunday.
Serena Williams of United States has won seventh Wimbledon and 22nd Grand Slam title, beating Germany's Angelique Kerber by 7-5 and 6-3 in the final contest.
She has equalled Steffi Graf's Open era record of 22 major titles.